Review: Living Lies

Set in small town Georgia, Living Lies delivers page-turning suspense with memorable characters. Lane Kent battles depression and tries to pick up the pieces of her life after the death of her husband. But everything shatters when she discovers a dead body in the woods. Charlie Lynch is the newest Walton police deputy, and it’s hard to fit into a small town where everyone knows each other. But his path intersects with Lane as he works to track down a murder.

If you’re a fan of romantic suspense, this is a novel you’ll want to pick up. For being the author’s debut novel, the writing is up to par with seasoned authors. With an intriguing plot line, the characters are well developed and relatable. I’m more of a suspense fan than romance, but Lane and Charlie belong together. The romance didn’t stand in the way of the mystery. The setting of the small town of Walton added to the story. Both Lane and Charlie struggle with family expectations and work to find themselves in spite of everyone’s over-involvement in their lives.

I would definitely recommend you add this to your TBR list. It’s definitely a well-written, intriguing story.

I received an ebook review copy of this book through NetGalley. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.